Friday, March 4, 2011

Decrepit Birth

My blogger buddy The Nite Falls regularly features awesome bands/musicians on his page. Over the past month he's featured notable extreme metal acts:

Necrophagist
Gorguts
Spawn of Possession

and to my surprise people actually seemed to like this shit! Props to Nite Falls and all you opened minded bloggers for tolerating the same ADD driven music I love so much. If you were one of those who dug any of the acts The Nite Falls featured, then I welcome you to try your hand at some Decrepit Birth
The band originally started out as an exercise in pure brutality. Their debut album, 2003's ...And Time Begins is the sonic equivalent of getting run over by the T-1000 in that Mack truck he hijacks in Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Starting with 2008's Diminishing Between Worlds and continued with last years Polarity, the band's sound has expanded into a hodgepodge of technical shred, ethereal prog and yes, sweet sweet brutality, courtesy of front man Bill Robinson's gnarly homeless guy vocals. Dude is legitimately homeless, he grows weed for a living and tends a plot of land in some isolated state park in Northern California... and has a really awesome little dog too.

So here's a clip of the current Decrepit Birth lineup sans Bill, killing Diminishing Between Worlds title track for your enjoyment.

DROOL.

Here's the original album clip with Bill's grizzly ass vocals for those who survived the initial onslaught.

19 comments:

  1. That's excellent, great named band again, have been following Nite Falls for a while and he had got me back to my past like of this sound.

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  2. Whether your into this music or not you have to give them all their props. Playing like that is insane and takes more stamina than people realize. I like it for the most part especially when I'm working. Puts me in a "get this shit DONE!" kinda mood :D

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  3. wow man thanks a lot for the words, you are too kind! This is my first time hearing this band and their musicianship is flat out amazing! The drummer's double pedalling and skill is insannneeee! What he does at the ending was so LOL! You got to recommend me some more bands like this so I can post it on my blog :D.

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  4. Wow nice jam session, gonna look in for more of this guys, also you should check Blacktide, trash metal very similar to Metallicas early years

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  5. That's some strong music going on, I like it! Anyways cool blog, I'll follow and support you!

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  6. i haven't heard anything like this before

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  7. oh man that heavy metal break was well needed. thanks.

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  8. Great band! Followed!
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  9. any chance your blog name is based off dtep song?

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  10. you totally have my support!

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  11. that's sick! they're great musicians.

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  12. impressive speed!

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  13. That's some nice music they have.

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  14. I didn't get the chanse to listen to such good music in a long time

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